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Universal Orlando Reopening June 5th

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From the Universal Orlando website -

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Welcome Back.

Universal Studios Florida, Universal’s Islands of Adventure and Universal’s Volcano Bay will welcome guests beginning June 5.

This carefully managed reopening comes with stringent new health, safety and hygiene procedures in place. So, as we enjoy our parks together again, everyone will need to follow CDC guidelines and the recommendations of health officials, and Universal Orlando’s policies. Note that any public location where people are present provides an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 and we cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed during your visit.

Some imagery shown throughout our website does not represent current operational and safety guidelines.

Universal CityWalk is Now Open for Limited Operations >

Visit our FAQ page for more information.

 

Important Information For Your Visit

In accordance with CDC guidelines we have enhanced sanitation procedures and implemented additional measures for distance spacing and screening.

Therefore we ask that all guests and Team Members comply with following:

 
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Face covering required

Everyone is required to wear a face covering during their visit.

 
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Temperature check required

Temperature checks will be required upon arrival, and guests with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or greater will not be admitted.

 
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Wash hands often

Wash your hands with soap and water often for at least 20 seconds.

 
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Social distancing

Practice social distancing and keep at least 6 feet (2 meters) between your travel party and others.

 
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Floor markings

When present, please stand on the floor markings until the group in front of you moves forward.

 
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Avoid contact with people who are sick

 
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Use hand sanitizer when required

At select locations including prior to boarding ride vehicles, guests will be required to use hand sanitizer.

 
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Follow Team Member direction

Please follow directions from our team members and have patience as we work through these new operational procedures.

Please note the CDC advises that older adults and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions might be at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19. Guests should evaluate their risk in determining whether to attend. People who show no symptoms can spread COVID-19 if they are infected, any interaction with the general public poses an elevated risk of being exposed to COVID-19, and we cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed during your visit.

We appreciate your cooperation during this unprecedented time. Visit the CDC website for the latest guidelines.

Due to the evolving nature of this situation, details are subject to change without notice.

Visit our FAQ page for more information.

What other safety measures are in place?

We continue to work closely with local health officials and our own health and safety experts and reference CDC guidelines to ensure the safety of our Team Members and guests during this limited opening of Universal Orlando Resort.

  • Limiting capacity and following social distancing guidelines throughout all attractions, restaurants and shops throughout the destination
  • Increasing our already-aggressive cleaning and disinfection procedures, and frequently cleaning all high-touch surfaces
  • All team members will undergo temperature checks and wear face coverings
  • All team members will participate in extensive training on our new procedures

 

 

 

What are your thoughts? Will you be visiting or be waiting?

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As much as I hate it I think having reservations is a good thing especially if you’re traveling a great distance to any given park. I’m surprised Universal is not requiring them. 

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24 minutes ago, 29yrswithaGApass said:

As much as I hate it I think having reservations is a good thing especially if you’re traveling a great distance to any given park. I’m surprised Universal is not requiring them. 

Likewise. Especially with all of the on property resorts. How are they going to tell people on a trip staying on property they can’t come into the parks? Very curious on how this is going to play out. 

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Not sure if i'd want to go if I lived nearby, open without restrictions or don't open at all. I mean, who would even want to work there now?

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1 hour ago, jollyroger said:

Not sure if i'd want to go if I lived nearby, open without restrictions or don't open at all. I mean, who would even want to work there now?

Out of curiosity, do you feel the same Regarding open without restrictions about six flags ?

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23 hours ago, 29yrswithaGApass said:

As much as I hate it I think having reservations is a good thing especially if you’re traveling a great distance to any given park. I’m surprised Universal is not requiring them. 

 

It is interesting how they're not requiring reservations, especially since most theme parks will now require a reservation in order to attend the park

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On 5/24/2020 at 12:48 PM, jdc12192 said:

Out of curiosity, do you feel the same Regarding open without restrictions about six flags ?

I mean, of course they will open as soon as they can, but restrictions sometimes seem overboard to me. Taking a three hour drive to Great Adventure still isn't really worth it when a park is like that. Even Six Flags America which is almost a 2 and a half hour drive, still not worth it. 

Reservations seemed like an alright idea at first, until you realize you have to reserve a certain time, I would want a full at the park.

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